More Annoying Injuries For The Dodgers

Brett Anderson
March 26, 2016

This has been a miserable spring for the Dodgers, and it keeps getting worse. The reason for the misery has been a slew of injuries. Now the Dodgers have three more injured players to add to the growing list. The severity of these injuries is yet to be determined. Outfielder Yasiel Puig is reported to have left hamstring tightness and was a late scratch from Saturday’s game against the White Sox. Apparently…

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Dodgers Could Use Rotation Platoon

Alex Wood
March 18, 2016

I believe it was Bumsrap who suggested that the Dodgers have a rotation that rotated. This is meaning that the club swaps around the pitchers. Of course the top three of Clayton Kershaw, Scott Kazmir, and Kenta Maeda are locked in. What he meant was that the bottom two spots in the rotation could be switched around based on matchup. So one guy starts this week, next week a different…

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The Dodgers 300 Million Dollar Experiment

Yasiel Puig
March 17, 2016

(Guys, this is another solid article from our wonderful partners. Remember I want to represent differing opinions on this site, and foster great Dodger discussions. I know some of you may not agree with everything written over here all of the time, but as the great Tommy Lasorda once said…”Opinions are like noses, everyone has one”.  Let’s all try to keep an open mind. Enjoy!) In the 1990s and 2000s,…

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Several Dodgers Mending From Various Injuries

turner-1-web
March 15, 2016

Several Dodgers are mending from various injuries. The Dodger’s spring has been marred by these nagging injuries. Fortunately for the Dodgers none of the injuries appear to be serious, with the exception of Brett Anderson‘s rusty back. Several Dodgers have taken a huge step forward on their road to recovery. A few of them have even begun playing in games. Justin Turner Dodger third baseman and king of beards Justin Turner has begun…

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Dodgers Remade Rotation Comes with Some Hits, Misses, and Maybe an Incomplete Grade

Alex Wood
March 9, 2016

(Guys, this is a guest article written by one of our new partners. I did not write this piece. However it’s still a good read. You may be seeing some more guest articles from out partners in the coming weeks. If you are interested in online sports betting, please check out the link below.) With the start of the 2016 MLB season around the corner, teams are trying to figure…

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What to do about the Brett Anderson dilemma?

(via)
March 5, 2016

I guess we’re just gonna have to get used to this whole ‘injured Dodger starting pitcher thing’ aren’t we? The Dodgers have an issue, starting pitching is the concern, it’s been a concern since what feels like 1988. and despite the handful of #3 starters that the Dodgers brought to camp, the rotation lines up like this on opening day: Clayton Kershaw Scott Kazmir Alex Wood Kenta Maeda Mike Bolsinger You’ll…

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Ailing Anderson Should Prompt Dodgers Youth Mound Movement

Brett Anderson
March 3, 2016

It may be nothing more than early spring aches and pains, but the Dodgers starting rotation is starting to thin out already before a single pitch has been thrown. The club reported that left hander Brett Anderson felt a tweak in his lower back after a bullpen session on Wednesday afternoon at Camelback Ranch. Knowing Anderson’s injury history he’ll be in an old folk’s home by next Tuesday. The Dodgers halted his…

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Dodgers Vow To Define Role For Carlos Frias

Carlos Frias
February 27, 2016

The Dodgers are vowing to define a role for right hander Carlos Frias this spring. The 26-year old Dominican right hander has been used as a swing-man over the last two seasons for the Dodgers making appearances as a starter and reliever. Last season Frias pitched most of the year out of the rotation filling in after injuries to Hyun-jin Ryu and Brandon McCarthy. After injuries and inconsistencies he’s fallen to the bottom of the depth…

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Did The Dodgers Improve or Decline This Winter?

Corey Seager
February 13, 2016

You know there is nothing going on when the main headline this week is about equipment trucks driving Dodger gear to Glendale, Arizona. Rest assured the trucks were filled with Tommy Lasorda bobbleheads. We can’t begin spring training without those. Seriously guys, if there are no Tommy bobbleheads then we have to close the gates until they arrive. No bobbleheads no spring training! All kidding aside with spring training a…

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Dodgers Preparing For a Wonderfully Boring Spring Training

Kershawclinch
February 10, 2016

In about nine days spring training will begin for the Dodgers. The first couple of weeks of spring training are the most boring. There are no games going on and not much else. Nothing to do but watch the players hop around and do jumping jacks, play catch, and take batting practice. Speaking of boring, the Dodgers are preparing for one of their most boring springs in years. Scott AndesScott Andes: Former…

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Dodgers Podcasts, Videos (High Heat, Lasportshub)

Puig1
February 5, 2016

With about a little over two weeks from the start of spring training I wanted to share with you guys a couple of Dodgers videos as we wait for spring training to start. You know once the super bowl is over spring training is right around the corner. It’s almost here. Scott AndesScott Andes: Former Co-editor of Lasorda’s Lair. Longtime writer and Dodger fanaticMore Posts – Website Follow Me:

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Top 5 Dodger Bat Flips

(via)
February 1, 2016

Yasiel Puig recently made headlines by declaring he would be ceasing his trademark bat flips much to the dismay of many Dodgers fans. Puig’s bat flips have been the focal point of many discussions about the sanctity of the game and emotional outbursts on the field. Some people believe that they disrespect the game and that Puig should be “playing the game the right way”. Despite what boring people and Cardinals fans…

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